The poor performance of several active fund strategies such as value funds and alternative risk premia have led more investors to consider inhousing more of their investing resources.
Firms whose China JV partner has a segregated account subsidiary have been urged to review liability firewalling and capitalisation levels amid industry danger signs.
Large-cap US stocks offer the best value, despite the US being put on negative outlook by rating agency Standard & Poor's for the first time, says the CEO of Perkins Investment Management.
Because investors are looking to address tail risks instead of thinking about returns, examples of equity opportunities abound, says Vadim Zlotnikov.
Alliance Capital believes that emerging markets offer the best of both worlds.
Safa Muhtaseb, portfolio manager at Brandywine Asset Management explains the firm''s investment philosophy.
UG Investments plans to spearhead the opening of China''s closed end funds, replicating its experience in Taiwan.
Short of options: Raymond Wong of Cheetah Investment explains why he is seeding Asian long-only absolute return funds.
William M MercerÆs recently released internal performance audit suggests fund managers can make a bigger difference in Asia.
As profit warnings mount, value investing is making a comeback and even growth fund managers are hoping for a piece of the value pie.
Are consultants worth their salt? Marinus Maaskant of ABN AMRO Mellon shares his thought-provoking observations on custody consultants.
Hong Kong-based Value Partners is launching a B-share fund to target undervalued shares. Associate director Jonathan Liang says market reforms will benefit the fund.